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Unanswered Prayers

Are we there yet? Not yet. Are we there yet? Not yet. That was the back-and-forth game we played on the first (and definitely not the last) sixteen-hour trip back home to Arkansas from Colorado when our children were young. Our … Continue reading

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Journey Inward

The symbolism is one of paradoxes. Labyrinths appeal to the basic human desire to create order out of confusion. Labyrinth walkers get lost to find themselves. They become disoriented to the world around them to become oriented to their higher … Continue reading

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Good Imation

Today we’re going to play a game called Imitation,” our children’s minister told the kids gathered around him for the children’s sermon. “I’ll name something, and you act out what it does. Ready? Chicken!” The kids flapping their arms, cackled, and crowd. … Continue reading

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Sporting Equipment

Comical Explanation

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Authentic Game

Home is where.…you can show your true colors while playing Monopoly. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, … Continue reading

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